In an attempt to give back to various social justice initiatives and coronavirus relief organizations, Demi Lovato has announced that she will be auctioning off clothing from her closet. Yep, the former Disney Channel star teamed up with Propeller for “Take Action With Demi Lovato,” and her biggest fans can complete different actions — like registering to vote, singing petitions, sharing Black Lives Matter resources, donating to charities and demanding social justice — to gain points, which add up to entries for her auction items. The more actions participants complete, the more likely they are to win an item.

“We need change more than ever, so please keep taking action for racial justice, COVID-19 relief, and let’s make sure we are ready to vote and ask our friends and family to do the same! I am SO STOKED to announce that I’m partnering with to auction off a collection of items that have meant SO much to me including ones that have been pulled directly from closet and as well as some of my photography,” she wrote on Instagram. “The more actions you complete, the more you’ll increase your chances of winning. New items will be added each week, so stay tuned for more to come!”

In the video she posted, Demi told fans, “I am both heartbroken and inspired by recent events in our country and I won’t be silent or stand still. Join me in taking action for racial justice, COVID-19 relief and getting ready to vote because we need change more than ever before.”

Some of the current items that are up for auction include the iconic sequin jacket and black feathered jacket both worn  on her 2014  Neon Lights Tour, a pair of purple Balenciaga boots that the actress worn in her “Sorry Not Sorry” music video and even original photos taken by the songstress herself.

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